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#41 of 130 OFFLINE   usrunnr

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Posted February 14 2014 - 12:52 PM

I'd like to see on DVD (and probably never will): 

"It's a Man's World" 19-episode television series that aired on NBC from September 17, 1962 to January 28, 1963. Starred Glenn Corbett, Michael Burns, Ted Bessell and Randy Boone. It was ahead of its time, and now it is, I assume, lost.



#42 of 130 OFFLINE   Darby67

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Posted February 14 2014 - 03:24 PM

I would love to see the various series from the Disneyland anthology show (in its various incarnations) such as:

 

The Tales of Texas John Slaughter (the complete series of 17 episodes; starring Tom Tryon)


    [*]Texas John Slaughter
    [*]Ambush at Laredo
    [*]Killers from Kansas
    [*]Showdown at Sandoval
    [*]The Man from Bitter Creek
    [*]The Slaughter Trail
    [*]The Robber Stallion
    [*]Wild Horse Revenge
    [*]Range War at Tombstone
    [*]Desperado from Tombstone
    [*]Apache Friendship
    [*]Kentucky Gunslick
    [*]Geronimo’s Revenge
    [*]End of the Trail
    [*]A Holster Full of Law
    [*]A Trip to Tucson
    [*]Frank Clell’s in Town
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    Daniel Boone (the complete series of 4 episodes; starring Dewey Martin)


      [*]The Warrior’s Path
      [*]And Chase the Buffalo
      [*]The Wilderness Road
      [*]The Promised Land
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      The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca (the complete series of 10 episodes (3 episodes were released on Walt Disney Treasures: Legendary Heroes); starring Robert Loggia)


        [*]The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca
        [*]Four Down and Five Lives to Go
        [*]Lawman or Gunman
        [*]Law and Order, Incorporated
        [*]Attorney-at-Law
        [*]The Griswold Murder
        [*]Move Along Mustangers
        [*]Mustang Man, Mustang Maid
        [*]Friendly Enemies at Law
        [*]Gus Tomlin is Dead
        [/list]

         

        The Swamp Fox (the complete series of 8 episodes (3 episodes were released on Walt Disney Treasures: Legendary Heroes); starring Leslie Nielsen)


          [*]The Birth of the Swamp Fox
          [*]Brother Against Brother
          [*]Tory Vengeance
          [*]Day of Reckoning
          [*]Redcoat Strategy
          [*]A Case of Treason
          [*]A Woman’s Courage
          [*]Horses for Greene
          [/list]

           

          The Saga of Andy Burnett (the complete series of 6 episodes; starring Jerome Courtland)


            [*]Andy’s Initiation
            [*]Andy’s First Chore
            [*]Andy’s Love Affair
            [*]The Land of Enemies
            [*]White Man’s Medicine
            [*]The Big Council
            [/list]

             

            The New Adventures of Davy Crockett (the complete series of 5 episodes; starring Tim Dunigan)


              [*]Davy Crockett: Rainbow in the Thunder
              [*]Davy Crockett: A Natural Man
              [*]Davy Crockett: Guardian Spirit
              [*]Davy Crockett: A Letter to Polly
              [*]Davy Crockett: Warrior’s Farewell
              [/list]

               

              Gallegher (the complete series of 3 episodes; starring Roger Mobley)


                [*]Part 1
                [*]Part 2
                [*]Part 3
                [/list]

                 

                The Further Adventures of Gallegher (the complete series of 3 episodes)


                  [*]A Case of Murder
                  [*]The Big Swindle
                  [*]The Daily Press vs. City Hall
                  [/list]

                   

                  Gallegher Goes West (the complete series of 4 episodes)


                    [*]Showdown with the Sundown Kid
                    [*]Crusading Reporter
                    [*]Tragedy on the Trail
                    [*]Trial by Terror
                    [/list]

                     

                    The Mystery of Edward Sims (the complete series of 2 episodes)


                      [*]Part 1
                      [*]Part 2
                      [/list]

                       

                      Zorro and Son (the complete series of 5 episodes; starring Henry Darrow as Don Diego de la Vega/Zorro, Sr. and Paul Regina as Don Carlos de la Vega/Zorro, Jr.)


                        [*]Zorro and Son (Pilot)
                        [*]Beauty and the Mask
                        [*]A Fistful of Pesos
                        [*]Wash Day
                        [*]The Butcher of Barcelona
                        [/list]

                         

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Posted February 14 2014 - 08:29 PM

I'd like to see on DVD (and probably never will): "It's a Man's World" 19-episode television series that aired on NBC from September 17, 1962 to January 28, 1963. Starred Glenn Corbett, Michael Burns, Ted Bessell and Randy Boone. It was ahead of its time, and now it is, I assume, lost.

Maybe it's not lost, because it's Universal property, and the 35mm negatives are still in the vaults, but they won't do transfers unless some cable network wants to spring for a set for put in its programming lineup.

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Posted February 14 2014 - 08:37 PM

I'd go for some vintage shows with relatively short runs of a season or two in DVD sets like the following.CRUSADER (CBS 1955-56, cancelled a third of the way thru 56-57)

Definitely would like to see a full run of The Crusader!



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Posted February 15 2014 - 05:35 AM

While not holy grail shows for many people, there are three shows,quickly cancelled, that I'd like to own because of unairedepisodes, two shows starred one of my favorite female tv actresses.1) Spy Game from 1997 with Alison Smith. The mid season replacement show had 13 episodes but only 9 of them aired before ABC cancelled it.It was shown overseas, so it exists, I'd love to see it. This sort of goofySpy themed show had sharp dialogue, and a quirky sense of humor.2) Buddy Faro from 1998. Great cast with Dennis Farina, Alison Smith,Frank Whaley, and Charles Robinson (Night Court). 13 episodes were made, but only 8 aired on CBS. Smith went on to The West Wing cast in 1999. I'd love to see the other 5 shows.2) Miss Match from 2003 with Alicia Silverstone. The fall show premiered ok, But the Friday night spot proved hard to get good ratings. They shot 18episodes, but only 11 aired on NBC. The show was seen in Europe. It was shot in wide screen, but I'm not sure how it aired everywhere sincesome tapes I've seen show it in standard 4x3.

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Posted February 15 2014 - 06:16 AM

With buyers of The Rifleman S1 DVD set complaining about the picture quality, I'd like to see it be completely remastered into its original night-of-broadcast shape, and that would mean the original opening with sponsor tags, commercials, and closing sponsor tags and the endcard that would read, "The Rifleman, a Four Star Films, Inc. and Sussex Pictures Inc. Production."I have seen that on youtube, oh BTW, the Four Star banner endcard first appeared in 1959 on all of its shows.



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Posted February 15 2014 - 10:32 AM

All uncut episodes of Maude, It's a Living, One Day at a Time, Police Woman and Battle of the Network Stars with original music, of course



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Posted February 15 2014 - 11:45 AM

Battle of the Network Stars with original music, of course

 

That would be great!



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Posted February 15 2014 - 12:57 PM

1. Fantasy Island Season 4 - The 'Jack The Ripper' episode is one of the best and I've been wanting to see it again for over 10 years now.

 

2. Night Heat

 

3. Just The Ten Of Us (Jamie Luner & Brooke Theiss)

 

4. The New Gidget (Sydney Penny)

 

5. Electra Woman And Dyna Girl



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Posted February 15 2014 - 04:05 PM

I'd go for some vintage shows with relatively short runs of a season or two in DVD sets like the following.CRUSADER (CBS 1955-56, cancelled a third of the way thru 56-57)BRINGING UP BUDDY (CBS 1960-61)ICHABOD AND ME (CBS 1961-62)TWO FACES WEST (Syndicated 1960-61)TALLAHASSEE-7000 (Syndicated 1960-61)CASEY JONES (Syndicated 1957-58)And many, many, more!

None of these shows were on my list , but I'd buy most!



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Posted February 15 2014 - 06:41 PM

[quote name="derosa" post="4052756" timestamp=cancelled, that I'd like to own because of unaired
episodes, two shows starred one of my favorite female tv actresses.

1) Spy Game from 1997 with Alison Smith. The mid season replacement
show had 13 episodes but only 9 of them aired before ABC cancelled it.
It was shown overseas, so it exists, I'd love to see it. This sort of goofy
Spy themed show had sharp dialogue, and a quirky sense of humor.

that's on my list as well.

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Posted February 15 2014 - 06:47 PM

My list here is a little out of whack due to most of my dvd buys are often discoveries, so i don't often have such to long for outside of a few.

 

1. Most of the remaining Hanna Barbera library will be skipping a few)

2. Original Willard and Ben films

3. Hoping for the french film of "The Man Who Laughs" and the recently theatrical french "Beauty and the Beast" film both make it to region 1 with english subtitles

4. Complete series of the New Adventures of Winnie the pooh

5. Release 'The Butterfly Room" on dvd somewhere already!


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Posted February 17 2014 - 02:27 PM

The short-lived comedy/variety series from the 1980's called "The New Show".



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Posted February 17 2014 - 05:51 PM

The Edge of Night, sort of inspired by Perry Mason. Hot L BaltimoreHe & SheThe Girl With Something Extra

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Posted February 17 2014 - 06:34 PM

I'd like, in no particular order:

 

The complete run of Richard Diamond with David Jansen

 the complete run of B.A.D. Cats with Michelle Pfeiffer

the last two seasons of The Muppet Show

The remaining lost Doctor Who episodes

All of the video game cartoons from the early 80s (Donkey Kong, Pitfall, QBert)


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Posted February 17 2014 - 07:20 PM

The Defenders and Johnny Carson Tonight Show with Mel Blanc dong the English horse.
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Posted February 17 2014 - 07:46 PM

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#58 of 130 OFFLINE   Darby67

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Posted February 17 2014 - 07:51 PM

A few more tv shows and films  I would love to see released:

 

The Adventures of the Scarlet Pimpernel (all 18 episodes)

 

The Adventures of Sir Lancelot (all 30 episodes) [The Timeless release is OOP]

 

The Adventures of William Tell (all 39 episodes)

 

The Buccaneers (all 39 episodes) [The Mill Creek release is OOP}

 

The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (all 3 seasons)

 

Alfred Hitchcock Presents (seasons 6 and 7 on pressed discs)

 

Amazing Stories (The Complete Second Season)

 

The Avengers (Complete Series)

 

The Prince and the Pauper (both the three 50-minute television episodes from the Disneyland TV show titled The Pauper King, The Merciful Law of the King, and Long Live the Rightful King and the 93-minute theatrical release)

 

The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934) starring Leslie Howard

 

Cliffhangers! (all 11 total episodes including the one that did not air in the US)

 

The Defender (two-part drama that aired on the Studio One anthology show) [the Video Service Corp. release is OOP]

 

The Defenders (all 132 episodes)

 

The following 8 “missing” Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episodes comprised Season 2 of The Scooby-Doo Show in 1977 as segments on Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics:


    [*]The Curse of Viking Lake
    [*]Vampire Bats and Scaredy Cats
    [*]Hang in There, Scooby-Doo
    [*]The Chiller Diller Movie Thriller
    [*]The Spooky Case of the Grand Prix Race
    [*]The Ozark Witch Switch
    [*]Creepy Cruise
    [*]The Creepy Heap from the Deep
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    The following 4 “missing” Dynomutt episodes comprised Season 2 of The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour (these 4 episodes were renamed The Blue Falcon & Dynomutt) in 1977 as segments on Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics:


      [*]Beastwoman Parts 1 and 2
      [*]The Glob Parts 1 and 2
      [*]Madame Ape Face Parts 1 and 2
      [*]Shadowman Parts 1 and 2
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      Song of the South

       

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Posted February 18 2014 - 12:01 PM

all the seasons of cannon and Barnaby Jones

dan august

all the seasons of 12 o'clock high

a man called sloane

the blue knight, the George kennedy version'

both seasons of angie

nero wolfe, the William Conrad version

making a living

harper valley pta

longstreet

owen marshall counselor at law

the remaining seasons of room 222

empty nest until marsha warfield joins the cast

hagen

nurses

the rest of the seasons of petticoat junction

strike force

switch

the devlin connection

the quest ,1982 series

the rest of police woman



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Posted February 18 2014 - 12:01 PM

the rest of hart to hart

mccloud

medical center

season 5 of eight is enough

the remaining seasons of love American style

name of the game






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